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Reflections on Process in Sound Issue 4

Garrelfs, Iris, ed. 2015. Reflections on Process in Sound Issue 4, Reflections on Process in Sound Issue 4, 4. [Edited Journal]

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Reflections on Process in Sound aims to provide a platform where artists from a variety of backgrounds (academic and non-academic) can share how they work, what their practices are influenced by and how their ideas manifest themselves within the final artwork. The journal focuses on sound related activities but also branches out into adjacent territories.
This fourth issue presents perspectives from international locations, it includes collaborative viewpoints and hybrid writings manifesting process and reflections about process.
Chris Weaver explores the creation of Variations for Rooms and a Tone, a collaborative series by the author and Fari Bradley spanning performance and installation, and the development of the piece during a residency programme in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. In For the rest of today partly cloudy (for numerous voices), Melbourne based Catherine Clover presents her expanded species- bridging approach to language, exploring urban birds through a framework of everyday experience.
Postcards from the Volcano is a collaborative project by SoundFjord‘s Helen Frosi and musician Stephan Barrett. Their contribution Walking into the abyss: a meditation on walking, listening and notions of belonging charts the inception and main strands of their proejct, creating works for radio, performance and fixed media. Another collaborative piece is Writers’ habits by David Mollin and Salomé Voegelin. It is a transcript of a talk given by the artists as part of the exhibition Nietzsche Cyclists and Mushrooms at the Kunst Raum Riehen in Switzerland and covers their writing practice. Magz Hall introduces us to one of her recent works, Tree Radio, an out-door installation developed during a residency at and for the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

Item Type:

Edited Journal

Departments, Centres and Research Units:

Music > Unit for Sound Practice Research

Date:

December 2015

Item ID:

24223

Date Deposited:

14 Sep 2018 13:20

Last Modified:

14 Sep 2018 13:20

URI:

http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/24223

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